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Pearsall presents Random Order Selection 4 [Begrime on Sub FM, March 15, 2023]

Pearsall presents Random Order Selection 4

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Mixed in Berlin, March 2023
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  1. Compa – Take Control ft Fox [Artikal]
  2. Double Clapperz – Obscure (EGL Remix) [Ice Wave]
  3. Commodo – Pea Souper [Black Acre]
  4. Sir Hiss – Rolling ft Emz [White Peach]
  5. Kahn & Neek – (Having a Sick Time) in the Mansions of Bliss [Sector 7 Sounds]
  6. Neffa-T – Assault [White Peach]
  7. Bok Bok – Hyperpass [Night Slugs]
  8. Spyro – Tekkers [Deep Medi]
  9. DVA – Kill All A Dem [Dream Eater]
  10. Spooky – Cookie Monster [Fabric]
  11. Maniac – Quadratic [Earth616]
  12. Dullah Beatz – Oil Gang [Oil Gang]
  13. Jamakabi – Wickedest Ting ft D Double E [Rhythm Rollers]
  14. Flava D – Berlin [Flava D]
  15. Spooky – Spartan (Asa & Sorrow Remix) [Reloadz]
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Pearsall presents The Word on the Street [Begrime 2022-11-02]

Pearsall presents The Word on the Street

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Mixed in Berlin, November 2022
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  1. More Fire Crew – Oi! [Go! Beat]
  2. Dizzee Rascal – Trapped [XL Recordings]
  3. East Connection – We’re Ready (Wiley Remix) [Independiente+
  4. Wiley – Take Chances [XL Recordings]
  5. The Prodigy – Voodoo People (Wonder Remix) [XL Recordings]
  6. SLK – Hype Hype (Wonder Remix) [Smoove]
  7. Roots Manuva – Colossal Insight (Jammer Remix) [Big Dada]
  8. Kano – Typical Me [679]
  9. Roll Deep – Heat Up [Relentless]
  10. Roll Deep – Heat Up (Danny Weed & Target Remix Instrumental) [Relentless]
  11. Roll Deep – The Avenue (Heartache Refix) [Relentless]
  12. JME – Serious (Run The Road Remix) [679]
  13. Shystie – Make It Easy feat. Crazy Titch and J2K (Davinche Remix) [Polydor]
  14. M.I.A. – Pull Up The People (Dexplicit Remix) [XL Recordings]
  15. Fya – Must Be Love (Youngstar Remix) [Def Jam UK]
  16. No Lay – Unorthadox Daughter [679]
  17. Dizzee Rascal – Stand Up Tall (Youngstar Remix) [XL Recordings]
  18. Shystie – One Wish (Terror Danjah Remix feat. Bruza, Kano & Ronnie Redz) [Network]
  19. Roll Deep – When I’m ‘Ere (Wiley Remix) [Relentless]
  20. Killa Kela – Secrets (Wiley Remix) [RCA]
  21. Dizzee Rascal – Give U More (feat. D Double E) [XL Recordings]
  22. Dizzee Rascal – I Luv U (Instrumental) [Xl Recordings]
  23. Chase & Status – Top Shotta (feat. Roll Deep) [Breakbeat Kaos]
  24. Low Deep – Get Set (Run the Road Remix ft Big Seac, Demon, Doctor, Ghetto & Kano) [679]
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Pearsall presents Keysound Recordings Special (Begrime 23-03-2022)

Pearsall presents Keysound Recordings Special (Begrime 23-03-2022)

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Mixed in Berlin, March 2022
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  1. Dizzee Rascal – Strings Hoe (Wen Refix) [Keysound Recordings]
  2. Sully – Let You [Keysound Recordings]
  3. Wen – In [Keysound Recordings]
  4. Wen – Road [Keysound Recordings]
  5. JT the Goon – Oil on Ice (Version 2) [Keysound Recordings]
  6. Walton – Cool It VIP [Keysound Recordings]
  7. Kellen303 – WHB [Keysound Recordings]
  8. Detboi – Give Love [Keysound Recordings]
  9. Wen – Play Your Corner ft Riko (Walton Remix) [Keysound Recordings]
  10. Dusk + Blackdown – High Road [Keysound Recordings]
  11. Blackdown – Crackle Blues (Burial Remix) [Keysound Recordings]
  12. Dusk + Blackdown – The Bits ft. Trim [Keysound Recordings]
  13. Logos – King Mob VIP [Keysound Recordings]
  14. Visionist – From A Place [Keysound Recordings]
  15. dlvry – Guilt [Keysound Recordings]
  16. Sully – Casablanca ft Jendor [Keysound Recordings]
  17. Skream – Sweetz (2005 Flex) [Keysound Recordings]
  18. Blackdown – Concrete Streets ft. Durrty Goodz [Keysound Recordings]
  19. Dusk + Blackdown – Kuri Pataka (The Firecracker Girl) [Keysound Recordings]
  20. Geeneus – Knife & Gun ft. Riko, Wiley & Breeze [Keysound Recordings]
  21. Starkey – Gutter Music ft Durrty Goodz [Keysound Recordings]
  22. DVA – Bullet A Go Fly Feat. Badness, Riko, Flow Dan & Killa P (Dusk & Blackdown Remix) [Keysound Recordings]
  23. DJ Sinclair – Gunman What [Keysound Recordings]
  24. Sully – Charms [Keysound Recordings]
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Pearsall presents Random Order Selection 2 [Little Grime Mix I made for Begrime on SubFM]

Pearsall presents Random Order Selection 2

Mixed in Berlin, December 2021
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  1. B:Thorough – Digital Orchid [Coyote]
  2. Lamont – Hold Dat [Tectonic]
  3. Blackwax – Offkey [Tube10]
  4. Zha – Floating [Naan]
  5. TMSV – Temple [Innamind]
  6. Spooky – Snow Forest [Oil Gang]
  7. JT The Goon – Winter Sun [Oil Gang]
  8. B:Thorough – Pixel Drops (Devil Mix) [Dream Eater]
  9. Nights – Combat Mode [NSX]
  10. Jook – Unwary [Sector 7 Sounds]
  11. JLSXND7RS – Ceres ft Armour (Burke Remix) [Dream Eater]
  12. Riz MC – Dark Hearts (Bok Bok Dub) [Night Slugs]
  13. Commodo – Shift ft JME [Deep Medi Musik]
  14. Slackk – 90 Years [Local Action]
  15. Stirling – Alleyway [Slimzos]
  16. Kaiju – Troll [Deep Medi Musik]
  17. BNKRGBY – W.O.R.K. ft Riko [NSX]
  18. Chemist – Blocks (Last Japan Remix) [Coyote]
  19. Walton – Koto Riddim [Tectonic]
  20. Kahn & Neek – Chevy [Bandulu]
  21. Macabre Unit – Mash Up Da Place VIP [Nomine Sound]
  22. Rapid – 3rd Eye [Fabric]
  23. Spooky – Swift Jaws [Ghost House]
  24. Mssingno – Scope [XL Recordings]
  25. Wiley x Zomby – Step 2001 [Big Dada]
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Pearsall presents The Yaam Sessions [Deep Dubstep Mix for Begrime]

Pearsall presents The Yaam Sessions

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Mixed in Berlin, October 2021
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  1. Kryptic Minds – Badman [Swamp 81]
  2. Landslide vs Slaughter Mob – Splurt (Skream Remix) [Halo Beats]
  3. Silkie – Head Butt Da Deck [Deep Medi Musik]
  4. Skream – Gritty [Deep Medi Musik]
  5. Kromestar – Late [Southside]
  6. Coki – Dry Cry [AWD]
  7. Skream – Pass the Red Stripe [Soul Jazz]
  8. Mala – Stand Against War [DMZ]
  9. Martyn – Shadowcasting [Revolve:R]
  10. Matty G – Summer Solstice [Argon]
  11. RSD – Forward Youth [Tectonic]
  12. Rusko – Soundguy Is My Target [Sub Soldiers]
  13. The Art of Noise – Moments in Love (Caspa Remix) [White]
  14. Roommate – 50 Blocks Away [10 Bag]
  15. Kromestar – Corrupshun ft Leebra [Bare Dubs]
  16. DJ Madd – Rizla Dub [War]
  17. Digital Mystikz – Thief In Da Night [Soul Jazz]
  18. Cotti – Rise the Temperature ft Doctor [More Than Alot]
  19. Breakage – Together [Digital Soundboy]
  20. TRG – Broken Heart (Martyn’s DCM Remix) [Hessle Audio]
  21. 2562 – Third Wave [Tectonic]
  22. DJG – Bunker [Tube 10]
  23. Jus Wan – Action Potential [Apple Pips]
  24. Caspa – Back to ’93 [Fabric]

More music!

After a slowish start to the year, I’m trying to pick up the pace of making and releasing new mixes by getting into a new habit, namely recording in little bursts a few nights a week. Nothing major, just 20 to 30 minutes at a time, as I’ve found this fits in a bit better with my family life and it takes away the excuse of ‘oh, I don’t have time to do a full mix’. Sure, on any given night I don’t have 60-90 minutes, but I can definitely rustle up 20-30, and if you do that four times a week you end up with between 80 and 120 minutes of material, which is plenty for a mix, right?

As I write this, therefore, I have one finished mix (Armand van Helden tribute!) also done, and I’m working on another one (modern jungle techno!), and I plan to do a different one (Berlin techno! Or maybe AKO Beatz!) next week … so the gears are grinding along and stuff is happening.

I guess the younger me would 100% have considered such an approach to be ‘cheating’, but the younger me didn’t have two kids nor a job that was anywhere near as demanding, so fuck that guy and his overinflated purism. 😉

This mix, specifically, has been on the shelf for a little while – I originally recorded it in October for the Begrime radio show and I am only now getting it up on Sonicrampage. The genesis of this mix was, well … not very complicated! I didn’t have much free time and the deadline for submission was looming, so I just got out a stack of records and did it in little bursts over a couple of days and then stitched it together in Soundforge.

Normally I would do a grime mix for Begrime (and in fact this is what I’ve done in the past; see here, here and here), but this time around I decided to do something a bit different: a deeper dubstep mix.

OK, that’s not that different – similar bpm, similar roots, all that.

I wasn’t getting too wild and crazy!

But still, a little bit different.

Why did I do a dubstep mix?

There’s not really a very complex story to it – Begrime did a little party in September at the beach bar at Yaam, a venue by the river in Friedrichshain, and the management asked us not to go too hard too early, so I volunteered to go first and play dubstep, on the assumption that it would be a bit more mellow than straight-up grime.

To be honest, I didn’t think too deeply about it in advance, I just got out some of my older dubstep records, mostly on the deeper side (no mid-range tearouts!), did a little practice, and packed my bag. That’s it!

On the day itself, I was pretty exhausted and was sort of looking for reasons to not do it, but I still made my way there for 7pm and … it was great!

Like obviously 7pm on a windy September evening with a bunch of people sitting around drinking, the first fall chill in the air, is not a prime slot in any way shape or form, but frankly it was just so much fun to play these records and hear them loud (or at least loud-ish). Clearly it’s a different experience to hear music on a proper soundsystem as opposed to on headphones or a home stereo system, and that goes for all genres of music, but, well, dubstep stands out even more so in this regard.

What you never experience with dubstep at home is the sheer physicality of it, the intensity of the bass. You hear it and experience it in a whole new way, and even though I was playing to a bunch of people who, frankly, probably didn’t care too much either way, it was just really really fun. I did my one hour set and walked off absolutely buzzing! It was so cool to hear this music at this volume again, and especially to play so many tunes that I hadn’t really played much for a while.

A great experience!

It was also very nice that my cousin Diana stopped by with some friends – they seemed to have a nice time! She’s from New York City and is studying in Amsterdam this year – it was great to see her.

Afterwards I was feeling very inspired, so I ended up doing this mix a few weeks later to try to recapture that vibe a little bit – I reused quite a few of the tunes, but not all. Everything on this mix was in my bag that day.

Here’s the setlist from the actual party, for those of you who are curious:

01. Matty G – Back to the Bay feat. Ugene [Dub Police]
02. Babylon System – Everyday Hustle [10 Bags]
03. Silkie – Head Butt Da Deck [Deep Medi Musik]
04. Skream – Phatty Drummer [Deep Medi Musik]
05. Coki – Burnin’ [White]
06. Kromestar – Late [Southside]
07. Von D – Coquine [Black Acre]
08. Martyn – Shadowcasting [Revolve:r]
09. 2562 – Kontrol [Tectonic]
10. Skream – Memories of 3rd Base [Digital Soundboy]
11. Matty G – Bass Frequency [Dubplate]
12. Matty G – Summer Solstice [Argon]
13. Landslide vs Slaughter Mob – Splurt (Skream Remix) [Halo Beats]
14. Loefah – Natural Charge [Version]
15. Vybz Kartel – Emergency (Coki Remix) [Greensleeves Dubstep]
16. The Arts of Noise – Moments in Love (Caspa Remix) [White]
17. RSD – Forward Youth [Tectonic]
18. Mala – Maintain Thru Madness [DMZ]
19. Skream – Midnight Request Line [Tempa]
20. Coki – Dry Cry [AWD]
21. King Soly – Wicked King of Persia [Bass Face]

Pearsall presents Once Were Pirates [Old Skool Grime Vinyl Mix for Begrime Radio]

Pearsall presents Once Were Pirates

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Mixed in Berlin, August 2021
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  1. Ruff Sqwad – R U Double F [Prince Rapid]
  2. Ruff Sqwad – Koco (Instrumental) [Ruff Sqwad]
  3. Mr Keaz – Swift [Southside]
  4. Qualifide – Badman (Skream Remix) [Qualifide]
  5. Geeneus – You Know [Dump Valve]
  6. Jammer – Set It Off [Jahmektheworld]
  7. Wiley – Ground Zero [Wiley Kat]
  8. Magnum Force – The Force [After Shock]
  9. Wizzbit – Breakdown VIP [Bingo Beats]
  10. Low Deep – Straight Flush [Colourful State]
  11. Scratchy – Shangooli [Dump Valve]
  12. DJ Dread D – Jagged Edge (Remix) [Black Ops]
  13. Plasticman – The Lift [Road]
  14. Wiley – So Amazing [Southside]
  15. Agent X – Killahertz (Alias Remix) [Heatseeker]
  16. Cluekid – Shamrock [4N Format]
  17. Dexplicit – Victory [DXP Recordings]
  18. Youngstar – Metalhead [DDJS]
  19. DJ Charmzy – Banger [Black Ops]
  20. Dizzee Rascal – Go 3 [White Label]
  21. Macabre Unit – Tensor Jam [Terrorhythm]
  22. Tubby – Turbo Shandy [Soulja]
  23. Treble Clef – Ghetto Kyote (Deverlish Remix) [White Label]
  24. Davinche – High Voltage [Paperchase]
  25. Mr. Slash – Love And War [A.R.M.Y. Bullet]
  26. Crazy Titch – Gully ft Keisha [White Label]
  27. Youngstar – Pulse Xtra [DDJS]
  28. Lewi White – Ice Cream Sundae [DVS]
  29. Ruff Sqwad – Scrambled Eggs [Ruff Sqwad]
  30. Young Guns – Back Your Talk (Instrumental) [Young Guns]
  31. Mr Wong – Orchestra [White Label]
  32. Wiley – Colder Remix [Eskiboy]
  33. Ruff Sqwad – Sidewinder ft Roll Deep [Ruff Sqwad]

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me behind the decks at Yaam

This is a little mix that I did last month after feeling quite inspired by having played for Begrime at the YAAM outdoor beach bar (ok ‘beach’ is relative), by the banks of the River Spree in Friedrichshain.

If you’re not familiar with Yaam, it’s a sprawling riverside club/bar complex dedicated to being a home for black music and culture in Berlin – it’s probably most famous for hosting reggae and dancehall events, but really it has played home to all kinds of musical styles from across the African diaspora – from American hip-hop, soul, and funk to the various styles of the Caribbean to the many many many different flavors of African music. There’s a bar by the river, various food stalls selling food from across the African diaspora (I had an ersatz Jamaican jerk chicken and rice and it was pretty bad so don’t go to that stall!), basketball and volleyball courts, and all kinds of nooks and crannies that I never even explored.

Anyways, so Craig (aka Typewriter) set it up and asked me to come along and it was really fun! I played first, just playing a bunch of old grime records to a very disinterested beach crowd ( 😀 ) but it was nice to hear these tunes on a loud(ish) system,

After my set I hung around, met some people, had some (very mediocre) food, chatted, had a drink or two, wandered around, and then returned to the stage for the last hour when myself, Typewriter, and Bwoi went back to back, with Typewriter on Serato, Boi on CDJs, and myself on vinyl, with my ancient raw tunes matched up against their more modern stuff. It was an interesting clash and a lot of fun!

Unfortunately, due to the neighbors, the outdoor venue has a strict closing time of 10pm, so we could only go to 10, but it was a very refreshing experience to hear these old bangers played loud. They still sound raw as fuck!

A little clip from the B2B session at the end

So that was the inspiration for this mix – I made it a few days later because I was still really feeling the vibe. A lot of the tunes in this mix were tunes I played during my set. To be completely honest, it’s not really that dissimilar from last year’s That Pirate Energy, but I loved that mix and have listened to it tons of times, so I thought it would be a lot of fun to do a follow-up.

I know this mix won’t get too many listens, but I’m really proud of it, as I think it encapsulates that special X factor that early grime had – it’s maybe the weirdest, most off-kilter quote-unquote ‘urban’ music ever. The tunes on this mix are turns aggressive, enchanting, melodic, abrasive, banging, surprisingly soft, and sometimes just flat-out bizarre. Early grime was simply a period of unbelievable creative fertility!

Since this put me in the mood for thinking about early grime, I have decided to republish an old blog post of mine about the classic Ruff Sqwad mixtape, Guns & Roses Volume 1.

Yeah, I know this has been out for ages. But, well, so what?

Starting out absurdly young (they were all about 14-16 when their first big tunes came out) over the last couple of years Ruff Sqwad have put a constant stream of huge tunes. A full list would take some time, but they’ve dropped tunes like ‘Misty Cold’ ‘R U Double F’, ‘Lethal Injection’, ‘Ur Love Feels’ and ‘Tings in Boots’, amongst others. In that time they have become, in my humble opinion, one of London’s finest grime crews. This is their first mixtape. And it’s awesome.

Their producers, Dirty Danger and Rapid, have a lot to do with this. They love big sounds, like squawking guitars, massive horn fanfares, thunderous bass and clouds of synth noise, and they draw all these elements together into an ocean deep sonic stew, that is totally fresh and unique. Like Slicks said on ‘Practice Hours’, when you hear a Ruff Sqwad tune, you know who it is. Their mc’s are less universally loved, but I think they are great. Lyrically, the stuff on this mixtape is, I guess, pretty standard (girls, hustling, we are the best, our beats are the best, we’re gunmen, etc.) but they’ve got style and they work well with the music. Plus they have really unique voices, which I guess is down to them being (mostly) from African not West Indian backgrounds, and awe-inspiringly cool names like Tinchy Stryder and Shifty Rydoz. One of the things I like about them as mc’s is that they are so serious, so composed. They have a unique style. They don’t get hysterical like other crews tend to, they just keep on in an unruffled style, like they know they are on a long mission.

All the highlights on this are their own tunes, and I’ll get to those in a minute. The lowlights are all freestyles over American rap beats. I know I have a bug up my ass about this (‘bring me my exotic furrin music!’) but I don’t see the point of including some of the stuff they’ve included when I think about all the frankly incredible productions in their back catalogue they could have used for fresh freestyles. I mean, when you listen to, say, ‘Future’ with it’s deep sea bass, horn explosions, and tinkling synths n’ strings and then flick forward to the freestyle over Black Rob’s ‘Whoah!’ (which is a pretty standard hip-hop beat) there is no comparison between the two. ‘Lean Back’ was a good beat, and Stryder is a good mc, but does anyone really need to hear it again? When you’ve made tracks like ‘Muskateers’ or ‘Anna’ or ‘R U Double F’ (none of which appear on here) why bother with stuff like Ludacris’s ‘Splash Waterfalls’? I know people want to appear versatile, but really, have some faith in your own talents, boys.

Don’t get me wrong though, because even these are only relative lowlights. None of the American beats they used are really bad, they’re listenable, they’re just not on the same level as their own productions. Happily, though, the good moments are far more numerous than the bad ones. Like the whistles, weird kazoo-like noise, collapsing beat, and squealing bass that form the backbone of Dirty Danger’s sex tales on ‘Dirty’. Or the aforementioned ‘Future’ which is easily my favorite tune on the whole mixtape. Then there’s the Sinogrime of ‘Jampie’, which features some delicate Chinese-y plinks and plonks, and also features Stamina Boy from Mucky Wolfpack and the godlike Trim from Roll Deep, who turns up and does his deep voiced word-twisting thing. Or the horn explosions and shoutouts to half the neighborhoods in London of the intro. Another favorite is ‘Wide Awake’ where Rapid lays out his plans for the future over an eerie piano-crusted hip-hop tempo beat. The Grimefather Wiley turns up as well, dropping a freestyle to warn off the haters, as well as allowing Ruff Sqwad to use his ‘Morgue’ and ‘Ice Cream Man’ beats.

All in all, this is a really really good mixtape. Obviously I have my reservations about some of the American rap beats they used, but there is a huge amount of good stuff on here. On the basis of this, the album which is (apparently) due sometime later this year should be absolutely huge. Well worth a purchase.

Pearsall presents That Pirate Energy (A Mix for Begrime)

Pearsall presents That Pirate Energy

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Mixed in Berlin, September 2020
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  1. DJ Garna – Swordstyle (Instrumental) (DVS Recordings)
  2. Big E-D – Zoanoid (After Shock)
  3. Mr Keaz – Gunfight (Southside)
  4. Geeneus – Parasite (Soulja)
  5. Wonder – Arabian Knights (Bingo Beats)
  6. Agent X – Galaxy (Heatseeker)
  7. DPM – Slow VIP (DPM)
  8. Shotz – Creep (Dump Valve)
  9. Wiley – Dragon Stout (Eskiboy)
  10. Wiley – Ice Cream Man (Eskiboy)
  11. Davinche – Mega Drive (Paperchase)
  12. Ruff Sqwad – Hear Dis (Ruff Sqwad Recordings)
  13. DJ Dread D – Siege (Black Ops)
  14. Dizzee Rascal – Stop Dat (Instrumental) (XL Recordings)
  15. DJ Oddz – Nightmare VIP (Black Majik)
  16. Shotz – Untitled (Shot City)
  17. Ruff Sqwad – Burial (Ruff Sqwad Recordings)
  18. Terror Danjah – Juggling (After Shock)
  19. Danny Weed – Combat (Dump Valve)
  20. Rapid – Wide Awake (Instrumental) (Ruff Sqwad Recordings)
  21. Ruff Sqwad – Future (Ruff Sqwad Recordings)
  22. Silkie – No Help Or Handouts (Instrumental) (Unorthodox)
  23. Mr. Slash – Firearm (A.R.M.Y. Bullet)
  24. Jon E Cash – War (Black Ops)
  25. Youngstar – Bongo (DDJs Productions)
  26. Youngstar – Bongo Madness (DDJs Productions)
  27. General LOK – Grover (Instrumental) (Total Package)
  28. Cotti – Erkle Riddim (4N Format)
  29. Dexplicit – Blazer (DXP Recordings)
  30. DJ Dread D – Invasion VIP (Black Ops)
  31. Alias – Warriors (Alias)
  32. Dexplicit – Roll Wid Us (Remix Instrumental) (Illa State)
  33. Kano – Ghetto Kyote (Kamikaze)
  34. Dizzee Rascal – I Luv U (Remix feat. Wiley & Sharkey Major) (XL Recordings)
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